This Week: 2/15 through 2/21

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Monday in Art Marketing Tips – One of the best ways to attract visitors to your new art blog or portfolio website is to write "guest posts" for established blogs. Tomorrow I’ll take you through a step-by-step guide to guest-writing—as you might expect, there’s more to it than just submitting in any old thing.

Tuesday in Painting Tutorials – Many artists use visual rhythms to keep their viewers’ eyes engaged. (It’s a great compositional technique if you can pull it off.) Don’t miss Dianne Mize’s full tutorial on the subject this Tuesday.

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Wednesday in Featured Artists – Drop in mid-week for a look at some beautiful paintings by Sally Tharp. You can also submit your own artwork to be featured, too.

Thursday in Art Websites – As you may already know, MyArtSpace.com is a fairly popular social network just for artists. Recently I decided to learn a bit more, and you can catch my full review right here this Thursday.

Friday in Motivation – Ever feel like you’re stuck, artistically? Then come back at the end of the week for Cherie Hanson’s article on seeing progress in your artistic journey.

Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:

Overcoming the Fear of the Unknown: A Guide for Artists

Repoussoir: A Classical/Contemporary Art Technique For Better Compositions

Paul Ruiz: Portraits in Paint (Last week’s featured artist)

Art Marketing Through Partnerships: A Marketing Tip From Kim Cady

Combining Art and Music: An Art Marketing Tip from Tim Nyberg

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